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FOX Business
Dec 18, 2012 11:00am EST
and that is 6% on this. seattle startup says 15% of a typical office worker's day is spent on e-mail with 5% dealing with the reply at all e-mails. listen to this story. responding to these is hurting productivity and could cost larger companies potentially tens of millions of dollars and that is your west coast minute. dennis: i can't figure out which is worse? 30% of the entire e-mail time is spent on copies where you are just copied or when you click on reply to wall and only meant to tell one person something and you tell 20 people your trashing one of them. cheryl: that is never good but that urge to hit reply all, think twice. dennis: i don't read that stuff anymore. i just delete it. stocking up, two about week-long series ahead, how you can prosper from video games this holiday season. cheryl: it could be the only documentary to get an adult rating. martin scorsese getting ready to cut the light of current president bill clinton on film. as we go to break here of how the world currencies are staring. the u.s. dollar in the euro again getting stronger. >> 20 minutes past
FOX Business
Dec 6, 2012 11:00am EST
washington state residents conseco cox legally in public and in seattle they are doing that. huge crowds at midnight last night, like the new year's eve celebration according to several witnesses and a few cameras. the only problem is it is still against federal law and that is a problem for growers and sellers. detail people. that is your west coast minute. dennis: no word what this is doing to the productivity rate in washington state. the f h a is in talks eat, housing secretary shaun donovan wraps up his appearance beforee the senate banking committee. cheryl: let's go to peter barnes who is standing by in washington monitoring that hearing out of d.c.. peter: republicans charge that a bailout of the faa is coming and the housing secretary cannot rule it out. shaun donovan says washington certainly is closer to one after the latest audit of the f h a founded had a capital reserve shortfall of $16.3 billion but the administration says it is too soon to say if the fha will need treasury funding to avoid a bailout. the agency is increasing fees and making other changes. >> based on all
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